Dr. Alexandra R. Harrington – Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Global Governance and Emerging Law and Research Director of the Center for International Sustainable Development Law – is available to speak on the continued withdrawal of U.S. and international forces from Afghanistan and the ramifications on countryRead More →

Todd Carney, a 2021 Harvard Law School graduate, explains how the migrant controversy in Belarus highlights weaknesses in international migrant law… At the end of May, Alexander Lukashenko, President of Belarus, announcement that his government would no longer prevent migrants from entering Lithuania illegally via Belarus. Throughout July, evidence emergedRead More →

EAU CLAIRE, Wisconsin (WEAU) – With the drive to get more Americans vaccinated against COVID-19, vaccination warrants have emerged across the country. According to Dr. Eric Kasper, director of the Menards Center for Constitutional Studies at UW-Eau Claire, most employers, businesses and even some levels of government have the abilityRead More →

About 95% of Egypt’s water supply comes from the Nile, which is why the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is one of the country’s most pressing water problems. The GERD conflict began with its construction in 2011, and although negotiations have been conducted between the parties concerned since then, noRead More →